THE URGE TO MAKE AND DO is irresistible. It is the foundation of the desire to become an architect. Yet it is also an inner urge that is better described as a calling than a career choice. To become an architect implies a way of living and working that is not easily defined.
But most of all, to become an architect is to form a way of thinking that influences the ability to see solutions that do not yet exist. This is the inherent power of the discipline of architecture, and it is what makes the study of architecture relevant in even the most difficult economic periods.
This course is suitable for ages 16 and above.